Global Gaming Leader Makes “Trendsetting” Move from El Segundo to Hollywood
In a “market-leading, trendsetting move,” video game Com2uShas signed a long-term lease that will relocate its North American corporate headquarters from El Segundo to Hollywood. The mobile game global leader, popular for hit games such as Summoners War and MLB 9 Innings, leased approximately 12,000 square feet at Kilroy Realty’s Sunset Media Center.
Cushman & Wakefield executive managing director Greg Lovett represented Com2uS. JLL’s Peter Hajimihalis, Dana Vargas and Hayley Blockley handle leasing at the property on behalf of Kilroy. A special ribbon cutting ceremony is also expected to welcome Com2uS to the City of Hollywood.
“This was a major strategic decision and a market-leading, trendsetting move by Com2uS, which has been based in El Segundo for the past decade,” said Lovett. “Traditionally, most major video game publishers in the Greater Los Angeles area are not located in Hollywood—they position themselves in cities such as El Segundo, Santa Monica, and Culver City for a variety of reasons. In fact, aside from Com2Us, today there is only one other large game developer/publisher located in Hollywood.”
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